Why people are afraid to help others
By: Dossie M Terrell
Undeniably, the hardships Americans are facing are unprecedented, something not many of us have witnessed in recent history, but in the middle of the gloominess many folks are emerging spiritually and morally victorious. It seems once again America is finding its moral center as our...
Aaron Beck's cognitive therapy approach to the treatment of depression
By: Dr. Deborah Bauers
Though Aaron Beck's cognitive model is still considered to be a relatively contemporary approach to treating depression, the idea, that a man's emotional difficulties can stem from what he believes about his circumstances, is not a new one. Beck is considered one of the...
The science of music and its potential to unlock the human brain
By: NFN
Scientific studies have concluded that the effects of music can enhance brain development in babies, as early as during fetal development within the womb. Once stimulated, the brain continues to develop and grow beyond the child's preschool years. Scientists believe that children, who are musically...
By: Cody Hodge
Why are people so afraid to help others these days? I don't think that we have lost the instinct to help out our fellow man, I just think that we hear so many bad things about when people try to help another person out. There...
By: Cody Hodge
Life is a series of events, each one leading to the next event, and the next event and so on. Sometimes the choices that we make are good ones, and sometimes the choices that we make are not so good. There are reasons why decisions...
How to tell if you're lazy
By: Thomas Lim Jun Feng
"To bag such a question proves that you are not an industrious person." This is the first question that sprung from my mind.Before intruding into the world of laziness, we must define the term "laziness". Based on Answers.com, lazy is being define...
Mind mapping strategies for thinking through and accomplishing tasks
By: Abigail Zhu
Before becoming effective in using mind maps, you would need to set aside any preconceptions about mind mapping. Therefore, in order to create mind maps that can effectively communicate the message across, there are 5 laws (http://www.belfastmet.ac.uk/goal/Resources/MindMap/index_06.htm) of mind mapping that...
What is emotional intelligence?
By: Sabrina Ginesi
Daniel Goleman waited years to publish what he believed to be the crucial element of human survival, yet scientific opinion varied and research was minimal. Eventually he put together a best seller and revolutionised how emotional intelligence affects our every move through evidence of neurological...
The "Broken Window" crime theory
By: William Menna
Originally proposed by Dr. James Q. Wilson and George Kelling, broken windows theory suggests that a society or subset of society that appears to be lawless will itself breed lawlessness. Broken windows theory is most closely associated with conservative sociology, focusing on social cohesion and...
By: Sally Morem
"The theory of evolution by cumulative natural selection is the only theory we know of that is in principle capable of explaining the existence of organized complexity." -Richard DawkinsThese are bold words. In order for us to assess them for accuracy, we must unpack...

 

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